Comparative religious studies
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Comparative religious studies (V627): The comparative study of different religious beliefs, customs and observations.Displaying 1 - 4 of 4
|'No one can serve two masters’:1 Female recusancy and rebellion during the Elizabethan period by Maria Neary||
In its literal sense ‘recusant’ means a person who refuses to submit to an authority or to comply with a regulation. In its...
|The Heart of the Faithful||
An article by Seyyed Hossein Nasr giving an overview of 'the heart' within Islamic thought. From "Paths to the Heart", Sufism and the Christian...
|heart, Islamic Mystical Poetry||view|
|The Symbol of the Nightingale||
A paper by Professor Luce Lopez-Baralt of the symbolism of the nightingale in the poetry of St John of the Cross, and its origins in Islamic...
|Virtual Religion Index (VRI)||
The Virtual Religion Index (VRI) is an extensive catalogue of online religion resources. It provides an ideal starting point for both researchers...
|world religions, comparative religion, religious art, philosophy of religion||view|